Due to some technical difficulties earlier in the week, I am behind on my duties as blog host to have something lined up at the beginning of the week. That said, there is a lot of great content on the way (I promise), so stay tuned.
For today, I urge you to take some time to read this New York Times article and engage with the interactive map that accompanies it. It is an interesting article that begins to address how we conceptualize spaces, how geological features inform urban design, and how culture can inform how we develop land. If that doesn’t interest, just play around with the map for a while – find your house, or your office, or whatever. Happy Wednesday.
A Map of Every Building in America
Chase Kramer, AIA, is an architect and Director of Design with TSP Inc. in Sioux Falls. He received his M.Arch from ISU where he focused on urban design and sustainability. Before that, he received a degree in Art from Augustana University. He lives in Sioux Falls with his wife and three children. Beyond Architecture, he is a musician, art lover, and fan of cheese and beer.
One Reply to “A map of every building”
I saw a story about this on Saturday and tried to buy a paper while traveling in Chicago, but they were all sold out! This is incredible!